Friday, October 22

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch FINALLY SCHEDULE !

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch FINALLY SCHEDULE !

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch Finally Schedule After Two Years!

For the first time in more than two years, SpaceX’s next Falcon Heavy launch and dual-booster landing appears to be right around the corner – and it comes with a catch. Falcon Heavy has just three launches under its belt to date, but it’s poised to get quite a workout over the coming months.

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The year 2021 is another big year for spacex, as the company continues to drive its major projects forward, from a space-based internet service available anywhere on earth.

To a passenger transport vessel eventually destined for mars, more importantly spacex schedules the first falcon heavy launch in two years, in early october, so, what is it all about and how is spacex preparing for such a launch.

Let’s find out, it is important to know what is falcon heavy.

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Falcon Heavy has just three launches under its belt to date, but it’s poised to get quite a workout over the coming months. The rocket is scheduled to launch two classified missions for the U.S. Space Force by early 2022, the first of which will lift off next month.

The Viasat-3/Astranis flight will follow shortly thereafter. And Falcon Heavy’s manifest also includes NASA’s Psyche asteroid mission, which is slated to launch next August.

The rocket will also fly some other high-profile missions in the near future, including NASA’s ice-hunting VIPER moon rover in 2023, and Europa Clipper probe in 2024.

The Falcon Heavy consists of three modified, strapped-together Falcon 9 first stages. The central core is topped by a second stage, which carries the payload.

Like the workhorse Falcon 9, the Falcon Heavy is partially reusable; all three first stages are designed to return to Earth, make vertical, powered landings, and fly again.

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